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  • Would you be the "Master" of the ::Tiny namespace? If I wanted to do a JSON::Tiny would I send it through you for "approval" or something?
    • Well, no, Adam isn't the master of ::Tiny. He's just...

      ... the one who coined the term.
      ... the one who's going to come after you if you rebrand & upload SOAP::Lite as SOAP::Tiny. :)
      ... one of the PAUSE admins who process modules list registrations and give advice on choice of namespace.

    • "Guardian" perhaps?

      Or maybe "Brand Manager" :)

      As a suffix that I intended to be optimised for human factors (ease of installation, simple to use, and so on) I consider it an integral part of this that someone can see some ::Tiny module and trust that it does what it says, and that it's not just another ::Lite.

      That's in addition to the CPAN admin's natural dislike for naming bloat. If the ::Tiny suffix means something SPECIFIC, then it creates certainty and clarity around the meaning of it.